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  • Watcher In The Woods.

    Great read. Suspenseful and fast paced. Difficult to put down.

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  • Watcher in the woods

    The latest book in Kelley Armstrong's Rockton series didn't disappoint. Some twists and turns and character development. An easy and enjoyable read.

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  • Clever, suspenseful thriller

    Imagine a secret village deep in the Yukons where people are sent to disappear. Released murderers who need to escape from the media, people who need witness protection, criminals who can afford to buy their way into a new life. All they need to do is agree to stay five years in a remote community with no internet, no TV, barely any electricity and a shed load of rules. Casey Duncan was one of those people, in a previous life she was also a homicide detective and now she has become part of the local police force (of three) of Rockton. However, when a US Marshal suddenly arrives in Rockton, despite its location and very existence being top secret, looking for a dangerous killer Casey is faced with mystery piled on mystery. Is the Marshal who he says he is? How did he find out about Rockton? Who is he looking for and why? Then someone kills the Marshal, is the person he was looking for, or one of the other inhabitants? In a town where most of the inhabitants are criminals of some description the whole town is suspect, including Casey's estranged older sister April who was just a little too eager to come to Rockton to consult on an injured man. This is the fourth book in the series but the first one I have read, although there are references to things that happened in the previous books and there are repercussions from what happened I found it fairly easy to follow and understand what was happening. Like all the best thrillers there is a massive amount of misdirection, in a town of criminals everyone has a motive. Casey reminded me very much of one of Kelley's other heroines, Nadia Stafford, another woman with a chequered past and a nose for detecting. I am absolutely hooked and you can expect to read my reviews of the first three books very soon! I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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